My podcast guest is Victoria Noe, whose experience working with AIDS patients in the 1980s prepared her to write a series of “Friend Grief” books on dealing with loss when somebody close to you dies.
What Victoria worked on was a way of making sense of her own grief for a friend. And she found that she’s not alone in needing a way to cope, or at least seeing how other people cope with grief. She came up with her series of books on ways people grieve for friends.
Victoria also has advice for other authors who tackle such serious subjects.
You can listen to my interview with Victoria Noe by clicking the arrow below.
Or take a look at the entire post, and transcripts, at the Alliance of Independent Authors. You can listen and subscribe to all my author-interview podcasts for the Alliance of Independent over here.